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    Airplay from iOS to OS X

    Im aware of

    1) Airserver
    2) X-mirage
    3) Reflector

    As per this article

    X-Mirage: The Simplest Way to Record Your iOS Apps in Action | Mac.AppStorm

    Which one is the better one , am thinking its between x-mirage and airserver. I have tried airserver but when I paused videos that were streaming so youtube after a while it was a pain to resume vs x-mirage which so far seems to be okay
    @Arthur or anyone else?

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    What sort of things are you trying to AirPlay across to your Mac from your iPhone? Is it just YouTube videos?

    Perhaps another option would be to use an app like Unified Remote which enables you to control your Mac from an iPhone/iPad? Then you can avoid AirPlay altogether.

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    Which one is the better one
    I have only tried AirServer myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    What sort of things are you trying to AirPlay across to your Mac from your iPhone? Is it just YouTube videos?

    Perhaps another option would be to use an app like Unified Remote which enables you to control your Mac from an iPhone/iPad? Then you can avoid AirPlay altogether.


    I have only tried AirServer myself.
    Streaming movies / youtube etc. any chance you could try x-mirage and see what you think of them both etc

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    @mac_shinobi. TUAW are giving away licenses for X-Mirage as part of the Mac Freebie Bundle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    @mac_shinobi. TUAW are giving away licenses for X-Mirage as part of the Mac Freebie Bundle.
    I purchased X Mirage the other day, doh

    Think it cost £12, have downloaded all the installers and license keys from the above site and will do the same on my mac ( currently only done it on a win 7 machine ) so not sure if that will effect the downloads etc seeing as they are in a dmg format etc

    Ruddy typical that I pay for the software and then there is an offer to get it for free, sigh
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